Learn to can veggies, soups, pickles and more. If Covid has taught us anything, it's that commercial food systems can be unsustainable and basic homesteading knowledge is important. Amidst fear of lockdowns, grocery shelves were picked over and distribution challenges were faced by all. The Barn and Pantry in Dixon opened in 2018, following many… Continue reading Prepare your pantry with the Summer of Preparedness Canning Workshops
We have been busy preparing to host you again, we cannot wait to show you what we have been up to! When we moved The Heritage Pantry from our little starter space to our current location downtown, we really weren’t sure if the people would come. It’s always scary making an investment into a business… Continue reading Where do we go from here as a business?
Thank you so much Matthew Johnson Films for this fabulous video! https://vimeo.com/392324612
During the week of Thanksgiving, we took a nine day road trip to Oklahoma and back to spend our daughter’s first holiday away from the family with her. We traveled through northern Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas and back again the southern route. Aside from the fabulously maintained roads, garbage and homeless free streets, and $2.10 gas, our biggest take away from being outside of California for that long was the lack of quality produce available anywhere.
Today marked five years since I completed my Bachelor’s Degree. That was just about one year before leaving the career I felt like I needed that degree for so that I could milk cows.